Type: Trad, 5 pitches, Grade III
FA: Larry Treiber, John Byrd, Sept. 1972
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Shared By: JJ Schlick on Nov 13, 2006
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Slammer Jam is another of the stoic, straight faced, and full value 5.10’s at Granite Mountain. For their respective grades the last two pitches offer up some excellent exposure. This line goes independent at the top the second pitch of the Classic, then joins GBU for the airy last pitch. Be ready to slam ‘em in!

 

Pitches 1 and 2 climb the Classic or Crack Lover’s

Pitch 3, 5.8

Climb out onto the left wall via jam crack. Continue up and left into another system then follow it until you can traverse right to a small belay stance above corner.



Pitch 4, 5.9
Climb crack then move left into a left facing corner that arches to the left. Follow that to an open belay on a ledge. 

Pitch 5, 5.10 GBU last pitch
An in your face and thuggy pitch with wild exposure. This is the shared last pitch of Good, Bad, and the Ugly. Climb up right facing corner to a small roof and pull the roof on the right side, 5.10. Continue up crack to the top. The money pitch for sure which features muscley, airy climbing and is the site of some really fantastic whippers.

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On the wall just left of the Flying Buttress.

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Standard rack, wires and many runners.

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